Greed is a natural state of man. It is stronger in some than in others and is at the root of many other ills in society. Theft, murder and other crimes can stem from greed, but can be tempered by social and ethical means. An adherence to the 10 Commandments can help reduce the urge, or at least actions, associated with greed. As we have deconstructed the family and placed high levels of responsibility on the government and less on the individual and the local community, we have seen an increase in greed. Greed will always exist, but it can be tempered.
by My Esoteric 3 years ago
It just occurred to me, and I wanted to record it before it slipped away again, that there are two types of Capitalism; Theoretical and Practical (Duh!) What I also noticed is that the endless debates about capitalism between the Right and the Left go on and on, into infinity without each...
by John Ward 7 months ago
What will you do to bring about the end of Economic Slavery. What can we do to end all injustice in 2018. How do you elininate all Injustice from the society/societies of to-day.
by borowest 6 years ago
What are some elements of bad Governance in the Country?
by Jack Lee 15 months ago
In discussion here on hubpages, we hear some accuses religion people of being judgemental and more over accuses religious people of forcing their believes and policies on the American people through laws...That is not the religion or people I know. Where is this disconnect coming from?Could it be...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What are the ways that greed is BENEFICIAL to a society and the individual? Why has greed beenperceived so negatively when it is greed that advanced economies, giving people a high standard of living beyond poverty/poverty; further realizing that greed is a natural part of humankind?
by Minister Mitch 3 years ago
Do you think the Ten (10) commandments are really no longer useful?What will happen if the 10 commandments are no longer taught in the homes of Americans?.
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